Hello all. I am a newbie. My husband and I are trying to have a baby. We have been trying for 8 months (5 months on our own and 3 months with doctor help. I just completed my 2nd round of clomid (100mg) and have not yet gotten pregnant. I had a hysteropamy about 3 months ago and a fibroid and several cyst were removed. I began taking clomid and have been on it for 2 months. Now my doctor wants to do a hysteroscopy. I am 41 and my husband is 51 and we feel that we are running out of time. I do ovulate while taking clomid, but I am just wondering why I have not gotten pregnant yet. I know that I am being impatient, but we want so much to have a baby. Does anyone have any words of encouragement or words of wisdom?View Thread
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